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At the crossing point between East and West, Turkey’s healthcare market has been going through a comprehensive restructuring.

Together with continuous quality improvements, liberation, enhancement and extension are the keys to this expeditious transition.

State led health system reforms assisted by an influx of private investment backed with Turkey’s unique cultural and geographical parameters, the local healthcare services landscape is on its way to become the next “center of attraction” for the global healthcare travel market.

The forerunners of this transformation are Turkey’s private healthcare investors. The Turkish private healthcare industry has fostered Turkey’s healthcare services standards by investing for state-of-the-art medical technology. Today, not only for local patients, but also for global healthcare seekers, Turkish entrepreneurs have created a unique proposal.

In Turkey, there are more then 2000 healthcare institutions among these state-of-the-art hospitals. 61 of them are accredited by JCI “Joint Commission International”.

This constitutes over 21% of the total accredited hospitals by JCI in 58 countries across the World.

Turkish JCI accredited hospitals offer a full range of treatments through a network of locations, employing approximately 150.000 healthcare professionals, where over 15.000 of them are physicians having US diploma.

Due to its quality of healthcare services, geographical advantages and affordable prices, Turkish healthcare groups expeditiously become healthcare providers for international patients.

Turkey has almost as many species of wild flowers as the rest of Europe combined – more than 9.000 species. Nearly 3.000 of which are indigenous only to Turkey, from the perfect beaches and tranquil lagoons of the Mediterranean coastline dotted with ancient ruins or the magnificient mountains and virgin forest of the Anatolia peninsula, with their astounding variety of wildlife , flora and fauna to the pulse of cosmopolitan cities, Turkey is a captivating study in contrasts.

There are countless things to see and do in Turkey.

Anatolia was occupied in about 1900 B.C. by the Indo-European Hittites and, after the Hittite empire’s collapse in 1200 B.C. by Phrygians and Lydians. The Persian Empire occupied the area in the 6 th century B:C, giving way to Roman Empire, then later the Byzantine Empire. The Ottoman Turks first appeared in the early 13th century, subjugating Turkish and Mongol bands pressing against the eastern borders of Byzantium and making the Christian Balkan states their vassals. They gradually spread through the Near East and Balkans, capturing Constantinople in 1453 and storming the Gates of Vienna two centuries later.

At its height, the Ottoman Empire stretched from the Persian Gulf to western Algeria.

Lasting for 600 years, the Ottoman Empire was not only one of the most powerful empires in the history of Mediterranean region, but it generated a great cultural outpouring of Islamic art, architecture, and literature.

Turkish cuisine is renowned as one of the world’s best. It is considered to be one of the three main cuisines of the World because of the variety of its recipes, its use of natural ingredients, its flavors and tasted which appeal to all palates and its influence throughout Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Africa.
The cuisine originated in central Asia, the first home of the Turks, and then evolved with the contributions of the inland and Mediterranean cultures with which Turkish interacted after their arrival in Anatolia.

Nature

Turkey has almost as many species of wild flowers as the rest of Europe combined – more than 9.000 species. Nearly 3.000 of which are indigenous only to Turkey, from the perfect beaches and tranquil lagoons of the Mediterranean coastline dotted with ancient ruins or the magnificient mountains and virgin forest of the Anatolia peninsula, with their astounding variety of wildlife , flora and fauna to the pulse of cosmopolitan cities, Turkey is a captivating study in contrasts.

There are countless things to see and do in Turkey.

History

Anatolia was occupied in about 1900 B.C. by the Indo-European Hittites and, after the Hittite empire’s collapse in 1200 B.C. by Phrygians and Lydians. The Persian Empire occupied the area in the 6 th century B:C, giving way to Roman Empire, then later the Byzantine Empire. The Ottoman Turks first appeared in the early 13th century, subjugating Turkish and Mongol bands pressing against the eastern borders of Byzantium and making the Christian Balkan states their vassals. They gradually spread through the Near East and Balkans, capturing Constantinople in 1453 and storming the Gates of Vienna two centuries later.

At its height, the Ottoman Empire stretched from the Persian Gulf to western Algeria.

Lasting for 600 years, the Ottoman Empire was not only one of the most powerful empires in the history of Mediterranean region, but it generated a great cultural outpouring of Islamic art, architecture, and literature.

Turkish Cuisine

Turkish cuisine is renowned as one of the world’s best. It is considered to be one of the three main cuisines of the World because of the variety of its recipes, its use of natural ingredients, its flavors and tasted which appeal to all palates and its influence throughout Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Africa.
The cuisine originated in central Asia, the first home of the Turks, and then evolved with the contributions of the inland and Mediterranean cultures with which Turkish interacted after their arrival in Anatolia.

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